Grading every pick the Ravens made in the 2024 NFL Draft

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Ravens NFL Draft grade for Washington RT Roger Rosengarten: A-

Rosengarten was the blindside protector for left-handed Michael Penix Jr. in a wide-open Washington passing offense. In his last two years as a starter, which tallied over 1,000 pass blocking snaps, Rosengarten didn't allow a single sack. It's nearly impossible to be a better pass blocker than that,

His improvement as a run-blocker should give Baltimore loads of confidence in his ability to start right away. With quick feet and a solid anchor in pass protection, Rosengarten could easily beat out third-year giant Daniel Faalele and establish himself as Lamar Jackson's right tackle for years to come.

Ravens NFL Draft grade for Penn State EDGE Adisa Isaac: B+

Isaac comes into the NFL with concerns about his ability to defend the run, but his pass rush skills have been co-signed by many across the league. He won't start as a rookie, but Isaac will be on the field regularly as a situational pass rusher who can go to town against slower tackles.

Another solid value pick who went through a brief slide, Isaac possesses NFL-ready explosion off the line of scrimmage and a red-hot motor that makes him great in pursuit. Isaac will be a solid second-string player in a pass rush room that is still reeling from the loss of Jadeveon Clowney in free agency.